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Fantasy Articles Featuring Jason Grilli

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Jason Grilli's name.

Spring Training Job Battles: And We're Off

Clay Link details all the relevant job battles from around the league prior to the start of spring ball.

Mound Musings: Arms to Watch in the NL East

Brad Johnson continues his look around the big leagues and finds some intriguing arms in the NL East, including the Mets' Noah Syndergaard.

Chasing Saves: Setup Men Who Could Close

Jeff Zimmerman ranks setup men according to the number of saves they could get this season, and Philadelphia's Ken Giles might be the best bet.

Braves Team Preview: In With The New

The Braves underwent an overhaul under new president of baseball operations John Hart. How will the team fare after dealing three of their four best hitters?

Angels Team Preview: Uphill Battle?

The Angels ran away with the AL West last year before running into the Royals' buzzsaw in the playoffs. This year they're already dealing with injuries to Garrett Richards and Josh Hamilton, and adjusting to the Howie Kendrick trade.

Collette Calls: Profits & Losses - Pitchers

Jason Collette looks at the sources of profit and loss among pitches, including the slew of relievers that failed to return the value of their draft day price.

Painting the Black: A Way Too Early Look at 2015

Jensen Lewis shares his opinion about some of 2014's standout performers, including the Giants' Madison Bumgarner.

Collette Calls: Reviewing 2014

In his look back through the columns leading into the 2014 season, Jason Collette was right to pass on Michael Wacha as a top-100 overall player.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Hot Carl

Carl Crawford's been playing every day and producing solid speed numbers for the Dodgers, but remains widely available.

Mound Musings: Tradewinds are Blowing

The Phillies are said to be quietly checking for potential trade partners, and Cole Hamels is likely available.

Mound Musings: Second-Half Arms in the Spotlight

If R.A. Dickey can harness his knuckleball a bit better, his home-run tate could drop in the second half of the season.

FAAB Factor - AL: Joey Sits

Who bats while Joey Bats sits? Andrew Martinez breaks down Jose Bautista's substitutes among others in this week's column.

FAAB Factor - NL: Harper's Return Imminent

Bryce Harper had a huge game on his rehab assignment Saturday and Sergio Romo blew another save. Jan Levine addresses both this week and more in this week's column.

Saturday Lineup Card: Stromania

Marcus Stroman has posted a 2.43 ERA in his five starts for the Blue Jays, making his early-season struggled out of the bullpen seem like a distant memory.

Mound Musings: Do Ya Feel Lucky?

Head-to-Head leagues often especially prone to luck, but are some pitchers, like Chris Sale, who have skills to overcome it?

FAAB Factor-NL: Giants Push the Panik Button

The Giants called up Joe Panik on Saturday. Jan Levine suggests how much you should bid on him in this week's edition.

Saturday Lineup Card: New No. 2 Hitter In Baltimore?

Steve Pearce has occupied the two-hole in each of the Orioles' last three games, making him a decent speculative target for those in deeper mixed leagues.

Sunday Lineup Card: Chicks Dig Chris Carter

NFBC Trends: The Art of FAAB

Scott Jenstad has been scrambling to replace the offense he thought he was getting from Carlos Beltran and Bryce Harper in the NFBC. In this article he explains his process in wading through the FAAB waters.

Mound Musings: Draft Day Pitching Preview

LSU's Aaron Nola is considered the most MLB-ready pitcher this year in a draft class that is rich in pitching prospects.

FAAB Factor-NL: And the Oscar Goes To ...

Who will be the lucky winner in FAAB bidding on the Cardinals' Oscar Taveras this week? RotoWire's Jan Levine tells you how much he would bid if given the opportunity.

Mound Musings: Fraud Alert

Is it easier to spot the future star or the flavor of the month? And where does that leave Dallas Keuchel?

Painting the Black: Stop the Madness!

Jensen Lewis begs, pleads and cajoles major league teams to have some patience with their closers, demonstrating the overwhelming advantage that teams have with a stable closer.

Saturday Lineup Card: The Grilli Still Burns

Jason Grilli made an early return from the DL on Friday, and was immediately thrust into a save situation in a one-run game against the Nationals.

Bats and Balls: Answering the Mailbag

How has Clayton Kershaw slipped ... on his own team? Answering that question and more in this week's edition of Behind the Numbers.

Thursday Lineup Card: Trout Out, Calhoun Activated

Monday Lineup Card: Grilled Cheese Is Cooking

FAAB Factor-NL: Happy Returns?

Tony Cingrani's first start back from the DL against the Phillies on Sunday wasn't that great. He's one of many NL players coming back from the DL this week, as Jan Levine reminds to look there for potential pickup possibilities.

Sunday Lineup Card: Play Vogelsong

Thursday Lineup Card: A New Day Rising?